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Barrett Bailey Facing First Degree Murder Charges

A 60-year-old man arrested this week in the 1997 shooting death of his wife is expected to face a charge of first-degree murder when he appears in a Yakima County Superior Court room on Friday.

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City Soon To Sell Former Tiger Marts

The city of Yakima is getting closer to selling 4 former Tiger Marts in the city that have been closed for years. City Manager Tony O'Rourke says city crews and the Department of Ecology have been busy with environmental restoration and clean up of the sites that were closed years ago because of leaking fuel tanks

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NO Music From Seattle Until After The Game

MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Milwaukee radio station is saying "no to Seattle" until after the Packers-Seahawks NFC Championship Game on Sunday.

For now, WLWK-FM says it is banning all Seattle artists from its airwaves

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Sheriffs’ Detectives Hoping For Tips That Lead To An Arrest

Yakima County Sheriff’s detectives continue to investigate the murder of Jose Silva.  Yakima SO detectives are actively seeking and ask your help in locating 26-year-old Juan Diego Ortiz of Yakima. Ortiz is wanted for murder and should be considered armed and dangerous

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Forecasters Say Snow Is On The Way

SEATTLE (AP) — Forecasters say a storm blowing into Washington Thursday night and Friday will bring rain to western Washington and snow to the mountains. It also will bring snow or freezing rain to parts of eastern Washington that will persist through the weekend

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Arrest Made in Cold Case Murder Thanks to TV Show

Yakima County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested a man wanted in connection with a cold case that's more than a decade old.

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Preserving Stories For Future Generations

It's called the Veterans History Project and it's an ongoing effort to gather the stories of America's veterans to preserve them for future generations. The American Red Cross, in partnership with the Library of Congress is gathering the interviews

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State Concerned About Spread Of Avian Flu

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Backyard poultry producers are being told by the state to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the Tri-Cities area.

About 700 chickens, turkeys, ducks and guinea fowl in two backyard flocks were affected by the outbreak earlier this month

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Memorial Hospital Signs On to National Initiative

Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is changing to make sure you stay healthy.

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State Patrol Mourns Loss of Yakima Trooper

Washington State Patrol troopers are stunned by the sudden death of Trooper Clayton J. Gocha in Yakima.

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